All posts filed under: Protected Geographical Indication Status

Faversham Market Place © Visit Kent
Visitors enjoying the fine food at Faversham Market, Kent © Visit Kent

Fine Food produced in Kent – the Garden of England. A Great British product!

Discover Towns has enjoyed trying some real ales and fine food from the East Kent Triangle. Kent is famous for its hops including East Kent Goldings. Sold under that name since 1838, it is now a Protected Food Name. Grown only in East Kent by a few growers, it is one of the local varieties […]

Grimsby Town Hall © visit Lincolnshire

Great Grimsby a town built on its fishing heritage

Grimsby Town Hall © Visit Lincolnshire The Town of Grimsby, built upon a rich maritime heritage, has a reputation as the UK’s seafood centre. Grimsby Smoked Fish even has Protected Geographical Indication Status! Traditional Grimsby Smoked Fish is fillets of cold-smoked cod or haddock, smoked according to the traditional method. The tradition, reputation, smoking process […]